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General Rules and Regulations
promulgated
under the
Securities Act of 1933





Rule 492 -- Omissions From Prospectuses


In the case of a security for which a registration statement conforming to Schedule B is in effect, the following information, contained in the registration statement, may be omitted from any prospectus: Information in answer to paragraph 3 of the Schedule with respect to the amortization and retirement provisions for debt not being registered, and with respect to the provisions for the substitution of security for such debt; the addresses of underwriters in answer to paragraph b; information in answer to paragraph 11; the addresses of counsel in answer to paragraph 12; the copy of any agreement or agreements required by paragraph 13; the agreement required by paragraph 14; and all information, whether contained in the registration statement itself or in any exhibit thereto, not required by Schedule B.


Regulatory History


41 FR 12010, Mar. 23, 1976



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